Harvard Researchers Find ‘Cocktail of Drugs’ that Reverses Aging in a Week
Finding chemicals that can combine to stop cellular aging and rejuvenate human cells took the Harvard Medical School team more than three years of research using trials on mice and monkeys. (An illustrative example)
A chemical concoction that can stop the aging process, according to Harvard researchers, has been found. They claimed that the discovery would eventually lead to the creation of a “Fountain of Youth” pill.
In a series of tweets this week, Harvard researcher David Sinclair announced the discovery. The New York Post noted that the findings were also included in the July edition of the medical journal Aging.
Sinclair tweeted, “We’ve previously shown age reversal is possible using gene therapy to turn on embryonic genes.” More than 1 million people viewed his 17-tweet thread outlining the findings. We can now demonstrate that it is feasible using chemical mixtures, which is a step toward widely accessible whole-body rejuvenation.
Grateful to share our latest publication: We’ve previously shown age reversal is possible using gene therapy to turn on embryonic genes. Now we show it’s possible with chemical cocktails, a step towards affordable whole-body rejuvenation 1/17 https://t.co/J9c01lv5FQ
— David Sinclair (@davidasinclair) July 12, 2023